|KIL001 - Vanny Zero - Love Is A Serial Killer - Vanny Zero|
"Love is a serial killer" is the first album by the outsider musician Vanny Zero. An outrageous, powerful mix of blues, rock'n'roll, garage and punk'n'roll, with very dirty and loud lo-fi sound. The album, entirely recorded at home, using only a fuzzy distorted acoustic guitar and a pen to record the percussions, shows Zero's greatest influences: The Sonics, Ramones, The Cramps, The Mummies, Velvet Underground, Muddy Waters, Daniel Johnston, New York Dolls, Oblivians, Supercharger and so on.....
Keywords: blues; garage; lo-fi
|KIL007 - Nowhere Boy Simon - Pussy Breakdown - Nowhere Boy Simon|
We've been waiting for months, but now the moment's just come. Nowhere Boy Simon has finally packaged his first homemade album! After his debut ep (see KIL002), more influenced by the classic acoustic blues and trained by the hit "Let Me Think Of You", here he's back with 12 brand new low fidelity huge songs, somewhere between blues and garage punk, with a rockin' dirty sound and the usual crude Simon's voice! If you want an album which knows how to be crude and loud, but always keeping a melodi...
Keywords: garage; lo-fi; blues; punk; folk
|KIL020 - Ana Threat - Tug Of War Of Love - Ana Threat|
Ladies and gentlemen, let's dance some sick, dirty and definitely lo-fi old school dance! Ana Threat, from Vienna, will take you on a voodoo trip through the most obscure side of the rock'n'roll jungle, where hypnotic and exotic dances will capture your body and let it move, and move, and move. If you love the Cramps, you will appreciate this record for sure: the cover art couldn't be more appropriate to introduce you to the noisy and irresistible content of this amazing lo-fi ep...
Keywords: garage; sixties; lo-fi; pop; rock
|KIL011 - The Big Wireman - Don't Play With Me - The Big Wireman|
Happy new year, folks! Guess who's back!!! We all know the best way to begin a new year is always in the name of rock'n'roll. Well, the Wireman is here for this, and he's going to infect your mind with some savage rock'n'roll... again! This time we have an entire album in our hands, full of more fuckin' homemade rock'n'roll fury, in pure Wireman style . Are you ready for this? The most prolific artist on Kill Mommy is here to celebrate a rockin' 2010 with you, rock'n'roll maniacs...
Keywords: garage; lo-fi; punk; rockabilly; onemanband
|KIL005 - Thee Undead Big Blues Shit - Baladas Do Morto-Vivo - Thee Undead Big Blues Shit|
Another onemanband has just joined our lo-fi family, people. Mr. Undead, from Brazil, also member of the international country/folk duo Lonesome Trippers, has just recorded a bunch of songs we are now proud to give you all, dear fans of the dirty sound of real rock'n'roll. This is ultra-lo-fi stuff, folks, and it rocks. The perfect Undead's mix of folk and garage, with lyrics in portuguese and an irresistible low fidelity sound, creates an unique style which makes this record simply awesome...
Keywords: onemanband; lo-fi; garage; country; folk; blues
|KIL004 - The Big Wireman - Approxim'n'Roll Onemanband - The Big Wireman|
Directly from Le Mans, France, here's Kill Mommy's first international act: The Big Wireman! After a few years spent playin' in several garage/r'n'r bands, our hero decided, one year ago, to take his guitar, a snare and a cowboy hat, to keep on rockin' all by himself. Folks, this stuff will kick your ass! Here is a crude garage rock'n'roll assault which won't let you take a breath. Five dirty, homemade, oldstyle recordings to tell you that somebody still knows how to play some good shit! Enjoy t...
Keywords: onemanband; garage; blues; folk; lo-fi
|KIL009 - The Big Wireman & Thee Undead Big Blues Shit - Four Hands Four Feet Four Hits - The Big Wireman & Thee Undead Big Blues Shit|
Ladies and gentlemen, we've been waiting for so long for this moment to come: Kill Mommy Records proudly presents its first split release, featuring two rock'n'roll soldiers you should already know for their previous releases on the label: The Big Wireman (see KIL004), from France, and Thee Undead Big Blues Shit (see KIL005), from Brazil. Two one-man-bands and four irresistible, crude and homemade rock'n'roll hits! Intercontinental rock'n'roll assault.....
Keywords: lo fi; blues; garage; folk; rock'n'roll; rockabilly
|KIL025 - VV. AA. - Rock Against Mommies vol. I: Attack Of The Space Mommies - VV. AA.|
Well, it's finally time for us to celebrate these first two years of activity and our first 25 releases, folks! This first volume of the Rock Against Mommies series is our way to celebrate our work and to thank you all for following us and supporting us. Not only it includes tunes from our previous releases, but it also features some brand new songs from the upcoming ones, 'cause, believe it or not, this is only the beginning...
Keywords: lo-fi; garage; blues; rock'n'roll; pop; indie; kill mommy records; folk; acoustic; homemade; DIY
|KIL032 - The Big Wireman - Lonely Hat - The Big Wireman|
Well, well, well, here we go again! The Wireman is back and ready to rock your heart and bones with eleven dirty brand new tunes, recorded and put together to give us all the sequel to the ass-shakin' debut album Don't Play With Me, released on our label more than one year ago and soon become a hit on the web. If you were waiting, just like we were, for more bad and noisy rock'n'roll, by one of the best one-man-bands out there, well, this record is going to quench your thirst, dear folks, 'cause...
Keywords: garage; one man band; kill mommy records; rockabilly; lo-fi; homemade; DIY; the big wireman